After a nation-wide vote that broke the Internet, Canada’s Got Talent has a new champion: Jeanick Fournier. The Celine Dion-level singer from Chicoutimi, Quebec, wowed the judges and Canadians voting at home in Tuesday night’s finale, seen live from the Fallsview Resort and Casino in Niagara Falls. “Thank you to all of the people from

Hockey superstars aside, who is the most-talented Canadian? Viewers will find out Tuesday night, live, on Citytv as a champion is crowned on Canada’s Got Talent. Eight finalists will compete before the full judges panel on Howie Mandel, Lilly Singh, Trish Stratus and Kardinal Offishall as well as the man himself, America’s Got Talent head

One of the things that sets Canada’s Got Talent apart from other audition-style TV shows is that it’s not just about singing. Sure, you hear some exceptional voices, in a variety of genres and acts from all across the country, but you also discover that a great gymnastic routine, a stand-up comedy routine or even a spin

Okay, I admit it — I’m liking this new Canada’s Got Talent way more than I thought I might. The level of talent this spring is truly impressive. Take Tuesday’s Golden Buzzer winner, 49-year-old Jeanick Fournier from Chicoutimi, QC. Mom to two adopted boys living with Downs Syndrome, the palliative care attendant took the stage

The second episode of Canada’s Got Talent saw more talented performers get voted on to the next round, including another Golden Ticket winner. That was the Vancouver troupe of Hip Hop dancers named GRVMNT. Judge Kardinal Offishall loved that they were out to prove that Hip Hop was more than just a side act. Fellow